AI is likely to cause a rapid evolution of the cyber threat landscape and insurers need to keep up: the rise of AI-enabled attacks necessitates a proactive approach to policy wording and coverage.
Identifying impact tolerances for important business services is one of the main ingredients for developing an operational resilience management system in any type of organization.
Despite the recognition that the problem of AI control may be one of the most important problems facing humanity, it remains poorly understood, poorly defined, and poorly researched says Dr Roman V. Yampolskiy in his upcoming book, AI: Unexplainable, Unpredictable, Uncontrollable.
The BCI has published its annual BCI Emergency and Crisis Communications Report, sponsored by F24. This examines how crisis communication methods have evolved and what are the success-factors behind successful emergency communications.
The latest quarterly Gartner Emerging Risks Report provides an interesting look at how a number of risks are expected to develop over the next couple of years.
Acronis has released its cyber threats report for the second half of 2023, which provides an in-depth analysis and outlook on key cyber security issues and prevalent threats worldwide.
Industrial automation has seen strong growth, partly as a response to the need for resilience against recent supply chain disruption and pandemic-related workforce issues. This growth is anticipated to hit a new level, as the benefits of artificial intelligence in this area start to be realised. However, this also introduces risks that need to be explored and managed, as Dr. Louis Gritzo explains…
Involving suppliers in operational resilience exercises brings a number of benefits. Here, Steve Richardson provides some thoughts for consideration…
Your organization’s key executives are one of the top targets for cyber attackers and are, unfortunately, often a weak link in the cyber resilience chain. This is where digital executive protection (DEP) comes in. Adam Jackson explains more…
Delinea research reveals that ransomware is back on the rise as cybercriminals’ motivation shifts to data exfiltration.